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PM pays surprise visit to Islamabad markets

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif paid sudden visit to markets of Islamabad on Sunday and asked shop owners and customers present at markets about food items rates.

Women at markets also complained about the shopkeepers and said that they were selling food items on expensive rates.

The PM has visited Abpara G-10 market at the occasion he said that the country was faced with serious problems and the government was trying all their best to solve the problems.

He said that gas as well as electricity crisis will be end from the country in two years.

The premier asked shop owners about decrease in food items and other commodity prices after back to back reduction in petroleum prices.

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supporters seeing the PM around them chanted passionate slogans in the favor of the party and the premier.

The PM Nawaz Sharif also talked to many customers and shop owners in details and inquired about the effects of petroleum products prices reduction to the market and on the people.